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Book your stay at our pet friendly hotel near Dulles Airport

Canine Comfort Zone

We warmly welcome dogs, providing a pet-friendly environment with dedicated areas, with a nonrefundable $75 fee for the first five nights per dog (maximum two dogs under 50 lbs each), and $15 per night for extended stays.

Our pet-friendly hotel near Dulles Airport provides the utmost comfort for your canine companion. Enjoy a comfy pet bed, paw friendly flooring in your guest room, easy access to our Pet Guest Relief area complete with potty bag station and benches, plus a VIP Pet Guest Welcome Amenity

Service dogs with valid certification are exempt from fees.

Houlihan's Restaurant and Bar

Dog Friendly Dining

Our well behaved pet guests are invited to enjoy specially designated tables along with a special menu at Houlihan's Restaurant & Bar, including:

  • Boomers’ Bacon App - Crispy Applewood Bacon
  • Adele’s Favorite - Grilled Salmon with Asparagus Risotto
  • Pesha’s Pick - Grilled Chicken Breast with Sauteed Spinach
  • Ziva’s Delight - Cool Whip non-dairy dessert served with a crushed Doggie Treat Topping

FAQs for Stays with Pets

No, we limit pets to dogs only.

We do not collect Pet Deposits. However, we do charge a non-refundable Pet Fee of $75 per dog for a 1-5-night stay. After the 5th night an additional $15 per day is to be assessed.

A NON-REFUNDABLE FEE of $75 per dog, per stay (1-5 nights) with a limit of 2 dogs per room

Note: Dogs are limited to 50 lbs. each. $15 per dog per additional night.

Owners are responsible for all damages done to the guest room or any section of the hotel that is caused by their dog. Value of the damages will be assessed by the General Manager.

Service Dogs may stay at no deposit or fee in any room of the hotel.

However, if the Service Dog causes any damage to the room or any section of the hotel, the guest/owner is liable for all costs.

Virginia's disability rights law requires public places to allow guide dogs, hearing dogs, and service dogs:

A guide dog assists someone who is completely or partially blind with navigation and other tasks.

A hearing dog is trained to alert its handler, through touch, to sounds that indicate danger and other sounds to which the handler should respond.

A service dog is trained to do work or tasks for the benefit of a person with a disability. The work the dog does must be directly related to the person's disability.

The definition lists examples of the type of work these dogs might do, which includes retrieving items, alerting the handler to allergens, assisting the handler during a seizure, and interrupting impulsive or destructive behavior.

Housekeeping will not enter a guest room with a dog present. So that the room may be cleaned, guests must advise the Front Desk when the guest and the dog(s) will be out of the room between the hours of 9 AM – 3 PM.